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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Here is a website you can go to to download drivers. when you click on it go down to the column that says "mice" on top of it and pick the wired ergonomic optical mouse. The number to the side of it will say "97769" Click on the download link. After you click, a box will pop-up asking you to either
"Save" or "Open From Location." Click on the "Save" radio button and then click
Another window will come up asking where do you want to save. Pick the
destination on your computer and click save. Be sure to remember where you
placed the zipped file.
Make sure you have WinZip's program that unzips files. You can obtain it at
After it downloads, go to the place where you saved it and click on the zipped
icon. WinZip will take over from there. Allow Winzip to do its job, when it prompts
you, answer accordingly.
After WinZip unzips the program, the computer will need to be restarted. After the
computer reboots and comes back up to the Windows operating folder, there will
be an icon in the bottom right of the screen. Hold the mouse cursor over each
icon and a window will come up telling you what program it is.
Find the icon for the product you purchased. Double-click on the icon, The
software to run your product will come up on screen.
This is the only way to manipulate the settings for the product you purchased.
There is no need to enter into the "Settings" folder.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
SOURCE: I puchased a GE Optical
You need to install the drivers that came with this GE optical mouse so that windows can properly install and identify the new mouse. Pop the driver cd that came with the new mouse into the cd drive and follow the instructions. If you need more help, let me know ok?
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
SOURCE: What is up with this
It shouldn't need a driver. It is a Plug and Play mouse. It might be bad, or the optical lens might need cleaned.
Have you tried it in another USB port?
Return it if you can and good luck!
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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